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VIAVI Introduces 5G Standalone Testing Capability

Viavi Solutions’ VIAVI TeraVM 5G testing solution supports standalone (SA) specifications according to the latest 3GPP standards, in addition to non-standalone (NSA) mode. With the capability to reliably emulate 5G RAN and core network elements, TeraVM enables end-to-end, wraparound testing of gNodeB base stations (gNBs) and 5G core network functions, accelerating 5G development and deployment.

VIAVI 5G Standalone

The TeraVM solution enables network equipment manufacturers, node developers, and service providers to efficiently test mobile RAN and core elements, validating that the equipment works according to 3GPP standards, interoperates with other 5G elements, and performs optimally when fully loaded with complex mobile traffic profiles — even when error situations are injected. As a result, highly optimized networks and robust 5G services can be delivered to market faster, more reliably, and with minimal risk.

TeraVM is a part of VIAVI’s complete Lab To Field network testing and assurance portfolio that allows scalable, real-world network emulation in the lab, data center or the cloud, delivering comprehensive coverage for consistent performance validation.

This solution is the first mobile network emulator to support new 5G SA specifications, enabling a more agile, 3GPP-compliant network without delay, stated the company release.

VIAVI will demonstrate the TeraVM solution, along with its complete 5G Validation, Verification and Visibility portfolio, during 5G World 2019 to be held June 12-13, in London.

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